Max’s Lab Series The Gear Juiced
Men sometimes need a little something extra to feel their best and Max’s Lab Series The Gear Juiced is here to help because who doesn’t want to feel incredible both in and out of the gym? This test-booster boasts an impressive ingredient list packed full of compounds like Tribulus terrestris and D-Aspartic Acid. Higher testosterone levels are essential for building muscle, gaining strength and feeling your best from a hormonal standpoint. Testosterone is also crucial for improving how men feel outside of the gym too as higher levels can assist with boosting libido, energy levels and mood. This product used to be made in capsule form but now comes in a powder and is available in two great flavours, Tropical Haze and Berry Bomb. If you are looking for a little kickstart to get yourself back to your best, look no further than Max’s Lab Series The Gear Juiced.
Tribulus Terrestris is a herb that has long been used for its benefits relating to male health. It has been shown to be a potent libido enhancer whilst also showing benefits for general cardiovascular and urogenital health. It can also have testosterone boosting effects which is beneficial for those looking to gain muscle, gain strength and improve exercise performance.
- One of the longest serving, most-trusted Australian supplement brands
- Available in 2 delicious flavours
- Testosterone supports lean muscle and strength gains when used alongside adequate training and nutrition
- Optimal testosterone levels are crucial for maintaining healthy libido and hormonal function for males of any age
- Higher levels of stress on the body can affect testosterone production
Directions of Use
Mix 1 scoop (10g) of Max’s Lab Series The Gear Juiced with 200-300ml of water until the powder is fully dissolved. Consume this product once daily with a main meal. Do not consume on an empty stomach and avoid taking within 2 hours of going to sleep. This supplement will not have the same affects as a medical intervention, which some people may require so if symptoms persist, consult your healthcare practitioner.